Upgrades and Improvements

  • Home rewiring is an important step in protecting your home from possible electrical hazards caused by old wiring and bad electrical connections.
  • Contact our licensed electricians for circuit breaker replacement service to make your home a safe place.
  • Improve your home safety by Installing GFCI and AFCI outlets to protect you and your family.
  • Install a whole house surge suppressor to protect computers and home electronics.
  • Stop tripping circuits, upgrade special rooms in your home like kitchen, bathrooms, and offices with dedicated circuits.

Home Rewiring Upgrades

Home Rewire

Upgrade Old Wiring
Generally, wiring in homes is designed to last about 35 years. Many homes were not wired for the electrical demand that our current life style requires. Home electrical wiring not designed for today's appliances end up over loaded and potentially dangerous. One indication of older wiring is the presence of two-prong outlets. If your home has regular electrical problems or multiple two-pronged outlets then you should consider rewiring your home. An electrical wiring upgrade helps to ensure that your home wiring is equipped to meet your electrical needs and protect your family and property.

Replace Aluminum Wires
Aluminum wiring was used in some homes from the mid 1960's to the early 1970's due to the increased price of copper. Over time aluminum wiring has been shown to cause electrical problems such as overheated connection resulting from improper installation. We suggest that, if you're considering purchasing a home with aluminum wiring, or have discovered it later, that you hire a licensed electrician or inspector to check over the wiring for possible electrical problems.

Contact a Professional Electrician Contact A+ Electrical Services to upgrade old, broken, or aluminum wiring in your home or building.

Circuit Breaker Upgrades

In today's electronically driven word, a traditional home electrical system often needs to be updated in order to keep up. Many homes do not have the capacity to safely support today’s high powered electrical devices. In most cases the solution requires a licensed electrician to upgrade your circuit breaker box.

Today's modern home uses electricity in every room in the house. Home owners are often simultaneously using energy for items like the refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, computer, TV, sound system, sump pump, air conditioner, vacuum cleaner, and more. Contact our experienced electricians to make sure that your home has the capacity to support your electrical needs without the risk of an electrical hazard.

  Upgrade Circuit Breaker Box

Contact a Professional Electrician Contact A+ Electrical Services to upgrade your circuit breaker box to meet your home and family's electrical needs.

Improve your Home's Electrical Safety

GFCI Outlet

Whole House Surge Protectors


AFCI Breakers


Install GFCI Outlets and AFCI Devices

GFCI receptacles are a safety device that protect you and your family against electrical shocks from ground faults. Electrical Code requires GFCI outlets in kitchens and bathrooms while requiring AFCI circuits in bedrooms and living rooms. Contact our licensed electricians to make sure your home meets standard safety requirements.

Install a whole house surge suppressor

A whole house surge suppressor is a safety device designed to protect your home electronics from the abuse of frequent electrical surges. They offer more protection than individual power strips when it comes to safeguarding your valuables. Contact our experienced professionals and take the precaution to protect the electronic devices that support your ever day living.

Install Dedicated Circuits.

If you don’t have the appropriate dedicated circuit, an electrical device may try to draw more current than the circuit can handle. Fortunately, circuit breakers sense the flow of excess current and stop the surge of current before damage takes place. But the constant tripping of breakers can cause the wiring to overheat and the insulation around the wire to breakdown or melt.  Once the insulating barrier around the wire has melted, the current is no longer safe, and can ignite flammable materials within the wall leading to an electrical fire.

Contact our qualified electricians to run dedicated circuits for rooms like the kitchen, bathroom, or home office where devices require larger currents of electricity. This will stop your breakers form tripping and protect your wiring from overheating and breaking down.

Contact a Professional Electrician Contact A+ Electrical Services to improve your home safety with protection devices like GFCI outlets and AFCI breakers, dedicated circuits, and whole house surge protectors.

 

 

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    • Resource Highlights


    Going GreenLooking for smart ways to save energy? - Read more at the U.S. Department of Energy's Blog on energy efficiency and renewable resources.
    Going GreenTips to Green Your Home - Read more at the Environmental Protection Agencies new interactive web site to green your home.  
    Tips for Electrical Safety in Your Home - Read more from the National Fire Protection Association on tips to keep your family safe.

     

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